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Health Equity Leadership Series

Implicit Bias and Patient-Provider Communication with Dr. Nao Hagiwara

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The Health Equity Leadership Series is a speaker series that welcomes leaders in the fields of nursing and healthcare to share their expertise and engage members of the UM community in critical thinking, learning, and dialogue about topics in health equity. Our goal is to expose UM faculty, staff, students, and alumni to some of the most pressing and relevant topics in health equity and nursing. Attendees will be challenged to learn, unlearn, and expand upon their own views while also networking with leaders who have a demonstrated commitment to advancing equity in healthcare.

Join us on September 13th as we welcome Dr. Nao Hagiwara, Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology in the College of Humanities and Sciences at Virginia Commonwealth University. The core goal of her research program is to develop theory-driven interventions that are designed to reduce racial/ethnic disparities in healthcare and health and ultimately promote social equity. She grounds her health disparities research in social psychology theories of intergroup bias and examines mechanisms through which stereotyping, prejudice, and discrimination contribute to the well-documented racial/ethnic disparities in healthcare and health. Dr. Hagiwara’s presentation will highlight the central role of patient-provider communication processes as the key mechanism underlying racial disparities in both patient-centered outcomes and clinical outcomes.

This event series is hosted by the Office of Health Equity and Inclusion at the University of Michigan School of Nursing. All UM students, faculty, staff, and alumni are welcome to attend. Please register on UM Sessions and send any questions about the Health Equity Leadership Series to Emily Herzog (
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